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A month, sweet little ones, is past

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A Stranger, to His own

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A Widow, - she had only one!

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Age cannot wither her whom not gray hairs 161
Ah! bless'd are they for whom, 'mid all

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As a fond mother, when the day is o'er

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As doth his heart who travels far from home . . 158
As Joseph was a-waukin'

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Auld Daddy Darkness creeps frae his hole 102
Baby, baby, ope your eye

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Before I knew the love of man

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Brightly for him the future smiled

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Brook, of the listening grass .

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Children are what the mothers are

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Cling to thy mother; for she was the first

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Dead! One of them shot by the sea in the east 33
Departed Child! I could forget thee once

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“Do you go to Norton, mamma, this next week?138
Ere last year's morn had left the sky.

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Ere the moon begins to rise :-

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Every week of every season out of English ports go
forth

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He brought a Lily white .

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He came all so still

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He sang so wildly, did the Boy

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Heigh Ho! daisies and buttercups

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“Ho, Sailor of the sea!”

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Home they brought her warrior dead

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“How many miles to Baby-Land?”

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Hundreds of stars in the pretty sky

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Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber

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I have two sons, wife

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I love it! I love it! and who shall dare

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I see your face as on that calmer day
I thought it was the little bed

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I wadna gi'e my ain wife

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I write. My mother was a Florentine

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If I were hanged on the highest hill

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Is the noise of grief in the palace over the river 79
It was her first sweet child, her heart's delight

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It was the winter wild

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Just when each bud was big with bloom

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Little baby, lay your
head

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Long, long before the Babe could speak

. 165
Lord, I am weeping. As Thou wilt, O Lord

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Love thy mother, little one!

136
Mary!

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Mother of Christ long slain, forth glided she 65
Mother wept, and father sigh'd

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Mother! whose virgin bosom was uncrost

158
My heart is like a fountain true

113
My little dear, so fast asleep

126
My mother bore me in the southern wild

123
My mother's hands are cool and fair

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My own mamma!

143
“Now I lay me down to sleep"

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O, Hush thee, my babie, thy sire was a knight . 106
O Mother-My-Love, if you'll give me your hand . 169
O that those lips had language! Life has passed 44
O when the half-light weaves
Oft in the after days, when thou and I

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Oh, to come home once more, when the dusk is fall-

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Safe sleeping on its mother's breast

147
Say, did his sisters wonder what could Joseph see 83
Sea-Birds are asleep

91
She seemed an angel to our infant eyes!

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She walks — the lady of my delight

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She was a phantom of delight

. 171
She was as good as goodness is

181
Sleep, Baby, sleep!

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Sleep, little baby of mine

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Sleep, little pigeon, and fold your wings

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Sleep, sleep, beauty bright

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So fair, so dear, so warm upon my bosom . 111
So; it is nightfall then

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Sonnets are full of love, and this my tome 161
Still farther would I fly, my child

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Sweet and low, sweet and low

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The bairnies cuddle doon at nicht

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The dark-fringed eyelids slowly close

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The days are cold, the nights are long

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The old face of the mother of many children . . 177
The wind blew wide the casement, and within 121
There sitteth a dove, so fair and white

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They sin who tell us love can die

127
They tell us of an Indian tree

145
There was a gather'd stillness in the room

. 160
There's a song in the air!

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This book is all that's left me now,

50
This, then, is she

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Thou that once, on mother's knee

86
'T is bedtime; say your hymn, and bid “Good-
night"

156
Weep not, my wanton, smile upon my knee 104
What is the little one thinking about?

116
What is the pretty little thing

141
What is the road to slumber-land and when does the

baby go?
Whene'er there comes a little child

128
White little hands!

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Who fed me from her gentle breast

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Within the crib that stands beside my bed 122
Woman! the Power who left his throne on high. 159
Would you know the baby's skies?

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Wynken, Blynken, and Nod one night

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Ye Spartan mothers, gentle ones

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